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Table Of Contents

What this Book is About
1.1 The Nature of the Enquiry
1.2 The Theory Summarized
1.3 The Theory of Aggregate Supply
1.4 The Theory of Aggregate Demand
1.5 Additional Features of my Interpretation
The Labor Market
2.1 Components of the General Theory
2.2 Households
2.3 Firms
2.4 Search
2.6 Aggregate Demand and Supply
2.7 Effective Demand and the Multiplier
2.8 A Definition of Equilibrium
2.9 Remarks on Ricardian Fiscal Policies
2.10 Concluding Comments
Aggregate Demand and Supply
3.1 Households
3.2 Firms
3.3 Search
3.4 The Social Planner
3.5 Aggregate Supply and Demand
3.6 Keynesian Equilibrium
3.7 Keynes and the Social Planner
3.8 Concluding Comments
Saving and Investment
4.1 The Model Structure
4.2 Households
4.2.1 The Initial Old
4.2.2 The Initial Young
4.2.3 The Third Generation
4.3 Firms
4.4 Search
4.5 The Social Planner
4.6 Investment and the Keynesian Equilib- rium
4.7 The Definition of Equilibrium
4.8 Aggregate Demand and Supply
4.9 Finding Values for the other Variables
4.9.1 First Period Price and Output
4.9.2 Second Period Capital and Output
4.9.3 Rental Rates and Consumption Allocations
4.9.4 Second Period Prices
4.10 Fiscal Policy in a Keynesian Model
4.11 Concluding Comments
Presenting Business Cycle Facts
5.1 What’s Wrong with the HP Filter?
5.2 Measuring Data in Wage Units
5.3 Choosing a Per-Capita Measure
5.4 Interpreting Wage Units
5.5 The Components of GDP
5.6 Concluding Comments
The Great Depression
6.1 Preferences
6.2 The Consumption Function
6.4 Aggregate Supply
6.5 Search and the Labor Market
6.7 The Social Planning Problem
6.8 Demand Constrained Equilibrium
6.9 Keynes and the Great Depression
6.10 Efficiency of Equilibrium
6.11 Household and Government
6.12 Crowding Out
6.13 Concluding Comments
The War-Time Recovery
7.1 Household Structure
7.3 The Household Problem
7.4 The Aggregate Consumption Function
7.5 Aggregate Equations of Motion
7.6 Steady State Equilibria
7.7 Concluding Comments
7.8.1 The Household Problem
7.8.2 The Consumption Function
8.1 Introduction
8.2 The Impact of the Fed-Treasury Accord
8.5 The Equity Premium
8.6 The Theory Summarized
Explaining Stagflation
9.1 Adding Money to the Model
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Farmer Book 2008

Farmer Book 2008

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